FOX: Exploding Apple iPhone crisis covered up to protect Silicon Valley campaign financiers
By Andrew Miesner- London
As if Apple does not have enough problems with the revelation that any Apple product can now be broken into to spy on you, a new threat-in-your-pocket has emerged: The lithium ion batteries in Apple products explode far more often than has been reported.
Children have been set on fire, Apple stores have gone up in flames and passenger compartments on planes have been turned into toxic-smoke-filled chambers thanks to the volatile iphone battery.
Government cash mooch Elon Musk and his Silicon Valley billionaires own the lithium ion industry. They want you to practice more “walk away, nothing to see here” and less introspection. A search for the phrase “smoke in cabin” in FAA and other aviation databases reveals thousands of incidents, though.
Lithium ion batteries are a toxic combination of metals mined from Bolivia and Afghanistan that become more unstable over time and emit. The Silicon Valley billionaires took a monopolistic interest in them when they found that political benefactors would give them tens of billions of dollars of taxpayer handouts in exchange for campaign support with their search engines.
The Silicon Valley VC’s didn’t do their homework. The Tesla and Fisker lithium ion electric car fireballs are testaments to their failures. According to federal documents, the fumes that come from from burning lithium ion batteries cause cancer, fetal mutation and brain damage.
In an election year, the Silicon Valley-ites will do anything to cover these facts up. Fox News, though, not so much…
iPhone bursts into flames during Alaska Airlines flight
By Donald Wood
Thee Alaska Airlines flight from Bellingham, Washington, to Hawaii was en route when Anna Crail’s iPhone 6 caught fire while she was watching a movie. (AP)
A woman on an Alaska Airlines flight last week was terrified when her iPhone burst into flames during a flight to Hawaii.
According to Mitch Pittman of KomoNews.com, the Alaska Airlines flight from Bellingham, Washington, to Hawaii was en route when Anna Crail’s iPhone 6 caught fire while she was watching a movie.
Crail released a statement to KomoNews.com, saying, “When it started I thought we were going down, and I was like, ‘Oh my god, there’s a fire on the plane.’ All of the sudden there was like 8-inch flames coming out of my phone. And I flipped it off onto the ground and it got under someone’s seat, and the flames were just getting higher and a bunch of people stood up.”
The flight was carrying 163 passengers when the fire broke out, but crew members onboard handled the situation quickly by extinguishing the flames. Unlike the recently banned hoverboards, airlines weren’t nearly as concerned about fires related to cell phones, but that could change after this incident.
Aviation expert John Nance also told KomoNews.com, “First of all, it would have to be an occurrence on a daily basis before that would ever be tolerated by the flying public. This is not the sort of situation where you have a hoverboard in the overhead, or stuffed in baggage, which is a big concern. The iPhones are almost universal on your person or right by you, so this is not something that’s not going to be discovered until it’s a problem.”
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